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a live look at . it's friday, september 16th. here's what you need to know today. an arrest warrant is out for a former cedar rapids substitute teacher. documents say she violated a no-contact order with a student she had a relationship with. a woman who almost died in a car accident is back on her a wheelchair, she's making progress. prosecutors plan to call a waitress to the stand today in a murder trial in dubuque. they say the suspect was infatuated with her. samsung is recalling its galaxy note 7 for reports of battery explosions. its top competitor, apple, starts selling the iphone 7 today. a surprising statement overnight. donald trump's campaign says president obama is native born. but trump hasn't said it in
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from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news morning news. showers and storms remain possible, mainly during the morning hours. rainfall some locations, with isolated amounts even over 2". today, the general trend will be for this system to speed through here, leaving mainly dry sky this afternoon and night. while an isolated shower cannot be fully discounted, it still appears much of tonight's football games will go on without any weather problems. this weekend continues to look great with highs into the mid- 70s on saturday and upper 70s on sunday. next week, we are still on track for warmer weather with highs in the 80s through thursday. have a great weekend!today: showers and a
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mainly this morning. wind: sw 5-15. high: 76 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: sw 5-10. low: 60 tomorrow: partly sunny. wind: nw 5-15. high: 75 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: nw 5-10. low: 54 prosecutors plan to call april white to the stand today in the robert stern murder trial. they say she was a waitress he was infatuated with at a dubuqu robert stern, who is 63, faces a first degree murder charge for shooting and killing his daughter, kimberly. she was 27 and had autism. police say he admitted to shooting her 17 times in the dubuque home they shared. during opening statements, prosecutors suggested that stern wanted his daughter out of his life so he could have more time for white. yesterday's testimony surrounded stern's mental and physical health when they arrested him. several officers testified he
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know his name. inside his home, they found bottles of prescription medication, including narcotic pain killers. "perhaps he took an overdose of his medication and this was an attempt to take his own life, but out of concern for him, we thought we would got to the hospital and have him checked out. " an emergency room nurse testified that evaluation showed there was nothing medically wrong with burlington police officer accidentally shot and killed is lashing out at the iowa public information board. they say the board has caused delays and errors in her case. in january 2015, the officer shot and killed 34- year-old autumn steele. the officer says he was trying to shoot her dog when it attacked him. steele's family and a newspaper requested copies of all public records in the case. the agencies only released this
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video. an attorney for steele's family ripped board members yesterday, saying they mishandled complaints alleging that police have illegally withheld public records. the board voted to delay the case further and rehear evidence. today, police in portland, oregon are searching for the bicyclist who attacked three young boys with bear spray. the boys' grandmother says it happened tuesday night in her front yard with the children's mother nearby. police say the man rode past the family once before turning around and spraying the kids w the grandmother, who didn't want to show her face, says she knew immediately something was wrong. "she was talking to me and the next thing we know the kids are screaming and we're trying to figure out why they're screaming. she thought they were playing and i said no, that's not a play scream. " investigators are calling a hate crime. people living in a small community in ohio say the news of three murders there is hard to take. bagpipes yesterday, those living in
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columbus and cleveland, held a vigil for three women. earlier this week, police found two of the women dead inside a home where another woman was held captive. that woman made a 9-1-1 call saying she had been kidnapped. after talking to the suspect, police later found another body in the woods. stacey stanley is the only woman killed that authorities have been able to identify. her son says he can't believe she's gone. "i don't know it's just weird, becauseh somebody and talk to somebody and like the first person i thought of was my mom. " police arrested shawn grate for those murders. prosecutors have charged a man for shooting and killing a dog in waterloo last october.
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intimidation with a weapon charges, among others. police say he shot and killed a dog during an argument with a neighbor outside a house on west mullan avenue in waterloo. investigators say the dog tried to defend its owner. that's when they say brewer shot the dog several times, killing it. apple hopes to see long lines as it releases the new i-phone seven this morning. but apple is telling customers the phones will be in short supply. the company says walk-in customers won't b apple says walk-in customers won't be able to get the i-phone seven in jet black, either. but non-apple retailers -- such as best buy -- may still have them in stock. if you have a samsung galaxy note seven phone the u-s government says to send it back, because it can catch fire. mary moloney reports on the recall and explains what you can do if you have the phone. a massive recall -- for a
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: "one million samsung galaxy note7 smartphones." people around the world say while they charged their phone -- it caught fire. : "everyone rocking the new note seven, it might catch fire y'all."since august
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commission says in the united states -- samsung received 92 reports of batteries overheating. that resulted in 26 reported burns. and 55 reports of property damage from fires. : "because this product presents such a serious fire hazard, i'm urging all consumers, all consumers take advantage of this recall right away."if you have a galaxy note seven -- look on the back of your phone. there should be a code etched on the bottom. either call samsung or go to samsung dot com and enter the code - to see if your phone is under the recall. chances are --it is. federal regulators say 97 percent of the the new note seven will be in most stores no later than next wednesday. some a girls basketball team poster racist and culturally insensitive. osceola's clarke high school has a poster that shows students dressed up as native americans. a member of the oglala lakota tribe says the poster is culturally insensitive. the superintendent says the poster is a demonstratio n of the school embracing its history. "483501, 01:00:14-01:00:28really out of total respect for not just the community but the entire state in general with a native american background no
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the district has not distributed the poster yet as it reviews the concerns. it's something no one ever expected donald trump to say. in a statement, the republican candidate says he believes president obama was born in the u-s. good morning! it's ---. showers and storms remain
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totals during the night exceeded one inch in some locations, with isolated
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speed through here, leaving mainly dry sky this afternoon and night. while an isolated shower cannot be fully discounted, it still appears much of tonight's football games will go on without any weather problems. this weekend continues to look great with highs into the mi- sunday. next week, we are still on track for warmer weather with highs in the 80s through thursday. have a great weekend! today: showers and a few storms likely, mainly this morning. wind: sw 5-15. high: 76 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: sw
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low: 60 tomorrow: partly sunny. wind: nw 5-15. high: 75 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: nw 5-10. low: 54 showers and storms remain possible, mainly during the morning hours. rainfall totals during the night exceeded one inch in some locations, with isolated amounts even over 2". today, the general trend will be for this system to speed through here, leaving mainly dry and night. while an isolated shower cannot be fully discounted, it still appears much of tonight's football games will go on without any weather problems. this weekend continues to look great with highs into the mid- 70s on saturday and upper 70s on sunday. next week, we are still on track for warmer weather with highs in the 80s through thursday. have a great weekend! today: showers and a few storms likely, mainly this morning. wind: sw 5-15. high: 76 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: sw 5-10. low: 60 tomorrow: partly sunny. wind: nw 5-15. high: 75 tom.
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thanks kaj.
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trt in this morning's "gma first look" stunning details investigators piecing together painting a portrait of a possible serial killer. >> we are in the process of processinghe 911 call from a woman saying she was tied up inside this abandoned ohio house. >> is there any way you can get out of the building? >> i don't know without waking him. >> the serial killer living a double life. his facebook page portraying the life of a carpenter but his criminal history telling a different story. over a 20-year span reportedly convicted of burglary and
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domestic violence and drug abuse serving more than four years in prison. nancy grace weighs in lo before i had the shooting, burning, pins-and-needles of diabetic nerve pain, these feet played shortstop in high school, learned the horn from my dad and played gigs from new york to miami. but i couldn't bear my diabetic nerve pain any longer. so i talked to my doctor and he prescribed lyrica. nerve damage from diabetes lyrica is fda approved to treat this pain, from moderate to even severe diabetic nerve pain. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or swelling, trouble breathing, rash, hives, blisters, muscle pain with fever, tired feeling or blurry vision. common side effects are dizziness, sleepiness, weight gain and swelling of hands, legs, and feet. don't drink alcohol while taking lyrica.
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those who have had a drug or alcohol problem may be more likely to misuse lyrica. now i have less diabetic nerve pain. and these feet would like to keep the beat going.
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trying to it make clear, trump believes president obama was born in the u- s. but as abc's lana zak reports, the candidate himself is having a hard time saying it. overnight, a stunning statement from the donald trump campaign, claiming that trump did the nation and president obama a great service by definitively demonstratin g that mr. obama was born in the us, -the statement reading in part " in 2011, mr. trump was finally able to bring this ugly incident to its conclusion release his birth certificate. "but trump himself continued to raise this quote--"ugly" issue in tweets and statements after 2011-- and as recently as 36-hours ago would not answer a washington post reporter who asked him if he believed president obama was born in the us. saying, ""i'll answer that question at the right time," trump said. "i just don't want to answer it yet."clinton pouncing on his refusal to answer a question on obama's birthplace also hitting trump for calling the minister in flint, michigan
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sinks even lower," clinton made her way back to the campaign trail nats "i feel good" after taking a break to recover from pneumonia and trump taking part in a light-hearted moment on the tonight show nats "can i mess your hair up?" fallon: "you say yes?" trump: "go ahead" "donald trump everybody." as congress continues to discuss funding options for zika, some doctors
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doctors at a philadelphia- based lab are testing a zika virus vaccine approved for human trials. researchers are reportedly testing the vaccine on 40 people. one doctor says what makes this vaccine different is that it's entirely synthetic. " we're rehearsing the immune system, making them able so when they would encounter the real pathogen, they'd be prepared " he says the doctors are seeing a good indication that the vaccine is stimulating the generation of cells that would the f-d-a will determine when and if everyone can use the zika vaccine. this just into the newsroom.. government official says suicide bombing inside a mosque in northwest pakistan has killed 14 worshippers and hurt 25. we are working to get more information. always be prepared. it's a boy scout motto that cedar rapids first responders are putting to use. and that's thanks to new piece
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its here is a live look at . stay with kcrg-tv9. meteorologist kaj o'mara joins
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showers and storms remain possible, mainly during the morning hours. rainfall totals during the night exceeded one inch in some locations, with isolated amounts even over 2". today, the general trend will be for this system to speed through here, leaving mainly dry sky this afternoon and night. while an isolated shower cannot be fully discounted, it still appears much of tonight's football games will go on without any weather problems. highs into the mid- 70s on saturday and upper 70s on sunday. next week, we are still on track for warmer weather with highs in the 80s through thursday. have a great weekend! today: showers and a few storms likely, mainly this morning. wind: sw 5-15. high: 76 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: sw 5-10. low: 60 tomorrow: partly sunny. wind: nw 5-15. high: 75 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: nw 5-10. low: 54
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university of iowa is making it possible for emergency responders to be prepared for practically any situation. responders in cedar rapids used the university's mobile emergency simulation lab to practice treating a burn victim yesterday. the lab is capable of presenting a number of different scenarios. though e-m-t's and firefighters save lives everyday, the simulator very serious situations. the lab is also designed to introduce people to careers in emergency response. authorities have released the names of the police officers involved in a deadly shooting in cedar rapids. they are both on administrative leave as the iowa division of criminal investigation tries to figure out what happened monday night. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. it's ---. good friday morning! here's a
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what you need to know today. an arrest warrant is out for a former cedar rapids substit no-contact order with a student she had a relationship with. a woman who almost died in a car accident is back on her feet. after spending a year in a wheelchair, she's making progress. prosecutors plan to call a waitress to the stand today in a murder trial in dubuque. they say the suspect was infatuated with her. samsung is recalling its galaxy note 7 for reports of battery explosions. its top competitor, apple, starts selling the iphone
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overnight. donald trump's campaign says president obama was born in the u- s. but trump hasn't said it in person yet. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news morning news. showers and storms remain possible, mainly during the morning hours. rainfall totals during the night exceeded one inch in some locations, with isolated amounts even over 2". today, the general trend will be for this system to speed through here, leaving mainly dry sky this afte and night. while an isolated
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still appears much of tonight's football games will go on without any weather problems. this weekend continues to look great with highs into the mid- 70s on saturday and upper 70s on sunday. next week, we are still on track for warmer weather with highs in the 80s through thursday. have a great weekend!today: showers and a few storms likely, mainly this morning. wind: sw 5-15. high: 76 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: sw 5-10. low: 60 tomorrow: partly sunny. wind: nw 5-15. high: 75 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: nw 5-10. low: 54 investigation has released the names of the officers who fired their guns, killing a man. officers jeremiah white and ashleigh steil responded to a domestic disturbance at valley high apartments on edgewood road
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that's where they found markell bivins, who police say had stabbed a woman multiple times. they shot and killed him. authorities didn't explain what prompted them to shoot. the woman is expected to survive her injuries. both officers are on administrative leave, per department policy. the new york police department says officers shot and killed a man who attacked another officer with a meat cleaver. they say officers confronted then chased akram joudeh yesterday afternoon. police stopped him to take a boot off his car. when joudeh pulled out a meat cleaver and cut a detective, another officer shot him. one witness says he saw the chase only a block from madison square garden. "cops, 7 or 8, undercover and some uniformed, rolled up on him with guns and told him to get down. he wasn't cooperative, he kind of just looked frazzled at first " officials say they have arrested joudeh more than a dozen times in
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in columbus, ohio are remembering the life of a 13-year-old boy killed during an officer involved shooting. they gathered last night to hold a candle light vigil for ty-ree king. police say they were chasing three suspects late wednesday night when they caught up to two of them. that's when officers say king pulled a b-b gun from his waist band and they thought it was a real gun. king had joined a football team last year, and his coach said he wished all of this wouldn't have happened. "i wish that situation never happened. i wish he wouldn't have wish there would've been a different result " evidence from wednesday's shooting will automatically be presented to a grand jury to determine if there'll be any charges. protesters arrested at a construction site for the bakken oil pipeline promise to continue their fight. authorities arrested 30 of them last month in boone. most of them have appeared in court on a trespassing charge. all but one of the protesters took responsibility and will pay just over 270 dollars in
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yesterday after court appearances. they're calling on president obama to stop the pipeline. " 5:44 i want them to say my grandparents did all they could to stop global warming. on wednesday, the group delivered a petition with 33-thousand signatures to people from the department of justice at the federal courthouse in des moines. c-r-s-t is celebrating the opening of its new rapids. the trucking and transportation company has been working on its 11- story, 37 million dollar building for four and a half years. it's on first street southeast, right along the cedar river. the top eight floors will be offices for c-r-s-t, bankers trust, r-s-m accounting, and holmes murphy and associates insurance firm. the bottom three floors are parking. c-r-s-t says it's happy to now be part of downtown cedar rapids.
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downtown, so it becomes more vibrant and larger. and because we think that helps the community. " part of the design of the new c-r-s-t building is a flood wall that will help protect the city from any future major flooding. indian creek nature center is ready to share its new addition. the non-profit is opening its new building, calling it amazing space, today. nature walks, tours, and activities are going on all weekend to celebrate the opening. the iowa secretary of state's office wants more young people to vote in the upcoming presidential election. secretary of state paul pate announced a new initiative yesterday to work with 38 of iowa's colleges and universities to encourage young people to vote. it includes using social media on campuses and bigger efforts for voter registration events. there are more than 300-thousand college students in iowa. in johnson county, officials have been working on getting young people
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plan to put early voting sites up all over campus starting next month. " we're doing a lot of satellite sites out at a lot of campus, dorms, differentuildings, law building. " early voting starts september 29. weipert says he hopes a lot of people file those absentee votes early... because that makes for a much smoother election day. iowa's department of education wants to know whether it's making the grade when it comes to nutrition education for iowa it just announced it's using a 498-thousand dollar federal grant to study 20 schools over three years. the goal is to come up with better plans for healthy schools statewide. the project will focus on how school employees are trained on nutrition. it will also look at how well schools are implementing federal wellness policies. some nats
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competition yesterday. here's how it worked. teams went through an obstacle course on a snow plow. judges gave them scores on how safely, quickly and efficiently they maneuvered the course. the competition is designed to prepare them for the winter season. "23:19:40 what they're trying to do is simulate some of the conditions they'll have in the winters. it seems strange they're doing it now with the sunshine but in only a few months now things will get colder we'll have trucks plowing the snow so we're trying to get people in that mindset " the "road-eo" competition was the conclusion of a two-day training the city hosted for snow plow operators across eastern iowa. an arrest warrant is out for a former substitute teacher in cedar rapids. she was caught talking to the student she was ordered to stay away from. up next... this morning's weather wise question. meteorologist kaj o'mara is up
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possible, mainly during the morning hours. rainfall totals during the night exceeded one inch in some locations, with isolated amounts even over 2". today, the general speed through here, leaving mainly dry sky this afternoon and night. while an isolated shower cannot be fully discounted, it still appears much of tonight's football games
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on without any weather problems. this weekend continues to look great with highs into the mid- 70s on saturday and upper 70s on sunday. next week, we are still on track for warmer weather with highs in the 80s through thursday. have a great mainly this morning. wind: sw 5-15. high: 76 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: sw 5-10. low: 60 tomorrow: partly sunny. wind: nw 5-15. high: 75 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: nw 5-10.
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car crash a cedar rapids is still recovering. but she's come a long way since the near-death experience. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg tv-nine. it's
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morning for a former substitute teacher at washington high school in cedar rapids. mary beth haglin violated a no-contact order with a student she says
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documents. this is a still of video from the website "crime watch daily." it shows haglin at a cedar rapids strip club talking to the student. the website says haglin now works at the strip club. haglin is supposed to go to trial in november for sexual exploitation by a school employee. longtime principal ralph plagman retired as a result of the investigation into haglin's relationship. the district said he mishandled that investigation. activities dir as a result of the investigation. a cedar rapids woman has reached major milestones in her recovery, after a crash that almost killed her. kelsey cummings was driving on zika avenue on the northwest side of cedar rapids in march of 2015. she says was almost home when she hit a patch of ice, and crossed the center line of traffic. she hit a hollow pipe gate, that went through her lower body. cummings told t-v nine
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cummings was in a wheelchair for about a year after the crash. this past march, she had hip replacement surgery, and has since been able to walk with crutches. cummings says she's now focused on being a mother. " 21:39 "basically just stay busy with my kids and focus on them, it really helps takes away from wallowing in my thoughts about what happened " because the pole was on city property, cummings says she's considering legal action against cedar rapids. there's a new proposal for a that failed in 2014. wild rose casinos is teaming up with local developers for a "boutique" style casino. it would go up in a parking lot next to the skogman commercial real estate building across from the doubletree hotel. it would be a smaller casino than what the one that failed in 2014. this one would be a 40-million dollar project- a quarter of the cost of the previous casino plan in cedar rapids. that one failed because the
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casinos too much. "what i'm hoping when the study comes back it'll let us right size this and it won't be as impactful to riverside and the isle of capri." the wild rose proposal would employ between 200 and 250 people. and in high school football... tonight iowa city high is taking on iowa city west at home. if you can't make it to the game, watch it live on kcrg 9.2. our coverage begins at tonight at 10 on friday night lights. now time for our morning mugshot. tomorrow, the chrome divas invite you to join them for the 4th annual ride to benefit breast and ovarian cancer awareness. this motorcycle ride starts at mcgrath powersports in cedar rapids and ends at wild hogs in walford. registrations start at 9 in the morning with kickstands up at 11. all motorcycles and cars are welcome. it costs 15 dollars for one
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go to especially for you campaign and the doreen knapp memorial fund. kaj has one more check of your forecast next. stay with us.
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documents show mary beth haglin violated her no contact order. she did that by talking to the student she is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with. haglin is facing a sexual exploitation by a school employee charge. prosecutors will call a waitress to the stand today in a dubuque murder trial. they say the suspect, robert stern, was infatuated with the waitress and that feeling played into the killing. stern is accused of killing his daughter.
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saying president obama was born in the u- s. trump has never said this outloud and often refused to talk about the topic. today, the republican is campaigning in washington d-c and miami, florida. hillary clinton will also be in washington d-c then head to new york. now, one last look at this morning's weather, kaj... showers and storms remain possible, mainly during the morning hours. rainfall totals during the night exceeded one inch in some locations, with isolated amounts even over 2". today, the general trend will be for this system to speed through here, leaving a shower cannot be fully discounted, it still appears much of tonight's football games will go on without any weather problems. this weekend continues to look great with highs into the mid- 70s on saturday and upper 70s on sunday. next week, we are still on track for warmer weather with highs in the 80s through thursday. have a great weekend! today: showers and a few storms likely, mainly this morning. wind: sw 5-15. high: 76 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: sw 5-10. low: 60 tomorrow: partly sunny. wind: nw 5-15. high: 75 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: nw 5-10. low: 54 we certainly hope your is
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good morning, america. donald trump refuses to say president obama's born in the u.s. again. back on the trail, hillary clinton pounces. >> he still wouldn't say hawaii. he still wouldn't say america. this man wants to be our next president? the race tightening as stump trump goes on late night television to let his hair down. >> go ahead, with my hair spray television to let his hair down. >> go ahead, with my hair spray. >> and donald trump jr. taking heat for his own comments about the gas chamber. he's responding here live this morning. state of emergency declared by two governors after a major

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